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Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Sources:

Description of Series

Series I. Works, 1941-2001, nd

Series II. Correspondence, 1914-2001, nd

Series III. Subject Files, 1919-1999, nd

Series I. Works, 1941-2001, nd

Series II. Correspondence, 1914-2001, nd

Series III. Subject Files, 1919-1999, nd

Index

University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Sybille Bedford:

An Inventory of Her Papers in the Manuscript Collection at the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center



Creator: Bedford, Sybille, 1911-2006
Title: Sybille Bedford Papers
Dates: 1914-2001 (bulk 1940s-1980s)
Abstract: Correspondence, typescript drafts, handwritten notes, photographs, clippings, drawings, address books, date books, calendars, and diaries document the life and work of Sybille Bedford from the early 1940s through the beginning of the twenty-first century.
RLIN Record ID: TXRC03-A5
Extent: 52 boxes, 2 oversize boxes, 1 galley folder (21.84 linear feet)
Language: English, German
Repository: The University of Texas at Austin, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Biographical Sketch

Sybille Bedford was born in 1911 at Charlottenburg, Germany, to Maximilian von Schoenebeck and Elizabeth Bernard. Her parents divorced in 1918 and her mother moved to Italy, but Bedford remained with her father in the southern German village of Feldkirch, where she had been raised since infancy. When her father died suddenly in 1920, Bedford went to Italy to live with her mother, who soon remarried and sent Bedford to live with acquaintances in London.

To escape Mussolini’s Fascism, Bedford’s mother and stepfather relocated from Italy to the South of France in the mid 1920s. Moving often as a child between Italy, England, and France, Bedford received little formal education, but could read and write in several languages and experienced a wide exposure to art and “haute culture” during her travels. As a teenager, Bedford spent increasing time with her mother and socialized with the growing community of artists in Sanary-sur-Mer on the French Mediterranean coast. It was there in 1930 that she first met and befriended Aldous Huxley, whom she had idolized since first reading him in 1925.

After Hitler’s rise in the early 1930s, numerous German writers and artists moved to the Sanary area. Bedford came to know many of them, including Thomas Mann, Bertolt Brecht, and Julius Meier-Graefe. Following their examples, and under Aldous Huxley’s influence, she began to seriously pursue literary ambitions. Her early, unpublished fiction focused on the upper class German and French social life of pre- and post-World War I that she had experienced growing up. She wrote throughout the 1930s, without commercial success, and continued to travel Europe. In 1935, she married Walter Bedford, an English army officer, but the marriage was short lived and they soon divorced.

In 1940, Bedford fled the German occupation of France and settled with the Huxleys in California. She worked as secretary, translator, and itinerant journalist, and completed three novels by the late 1940s, none of which were published. Her first literary success did not occur until the publication of her non-fiction work The Sudden View: A Mexican Journey (1953), recounting a trip made to Mexico in the mid 1940s.

Three years after the release of her critically acclaimed Sudden View, Bedford published the first of four semi-biographical novels, A Legacy (1956). Based on the social and family life of her youth, it was praised for its sophistication, wit, dialogue, and attention to detail. It also provided a seldom seen social historical view of early twentieth century Europe. Bedford continued to examine the themes of her youth in her later works A Favourite of the Gods (1963), A Compass Error (1968), and Jigsaw: An Unsentimental Education (1989), which was nominated for the Booker Prize.

In 1958, Bedford published The Best We Can Do: An Account of the Trial of John Bodkin Adams. Although she had no formal training in law, she had attended trials as leisure entertainment as a child and developed a keen interest in law. Her book on Dr. Adams established Bedford as an outstanding legal reporter and was followed by other books and articles on the English and European judiciary. Her talent for legal journalism also brought work covering famous trials for major magazines, such as the 1964 Jack Ruby trial for Life magazine, and the 1966 trial of Auschwitz guards in Germany for Esquire.

Throughout the 1950s and 1960s, Bedford also wrote reviews and articles on her three passions: food, wine, and travel. Once again, relying on her experience and knowledge of European high society, Bedford provided insight and critique for major magazines and newspapers. Several of these pieces were later brought together, along with some of her accounts of legal trials, in As it Was: Pleasures, Landscapes, and Justice (1990) and in Pleasures and Landscapes: A Traveller's Tales from Europe (2003).

In the late 1960s Bedford began work on what became her most renowned work, the two volume Aldous Huxley: A Biography (1973 & 1974). Bedford drew on her close friendship with Huxley and his first wife, Maria Nys, to create an exhaustive account of Huxley’s life. Although receiving some criticism that she was too close a friend to be objective, the work was generally hailed as a thorough and detailed biography and the first real look at Huxley beyond the context of his writing.

Over the years, Bedford established many close relationships with her contemporaries in literature. Besides Huxley, she could count Martha Gellhorn, Rebecca West, Evelyn Gendel, Ivy Compton-Burnett, and Allanah Harper among her close friends. She served as Vice President of English PEN, was appointed a Companion of Literature of the Royal Society of Literature in 1994, and in 1981 was invested as an officer of the Order of the British Empire. Her last work, Quicksands: A Memoir (2005), was published shortly before her death in London on February 17, 2006.

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Scope and Contents

Correspondence, typescript drafts, handwritten notes, photographs, clippings, drawings, address books, date books, calendars, and diaries document the life and work of Sybille Bedford from the early 1940s through the beginning of the twenty-first century. The papers are organized in three series: I. Works, 1941-2001, nd (18 boxes); II. Correspondence, 1914-2001, nd (26 boxes); and III. Subject Files, 1919-1999, nd (8 boxes).

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Restrictions

Access:

Open for research

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Index Terms

People
Beauchamp, Barbara.
Bessie, Connie.
Blume, Mary.
Child, Julia.
Codman, Florence.
Compton-Burnett, I. (Ivy), 1884-1969.
Constable, Rosalind.
David, Elizabeth, 1913-1992.
Enders, David.
Frow, Ruth.
Fisher, M. F. K. (Mary Frances Kennedy), 1908-1992
FitzGibbon, Constantine, 1919- .
Flanner, Janet, 1892-1978.
Gellhorn, Martha, 1908-1998.
Gendel, Evelyn.
Glendinning, Victoria.
Gottlieb, Robert, 1931- .
Greene, Elaine.
Greene, Graham, 1904-1991.
Harper, Allanah, 1904- .
Herrman, Eva.
Hertzberg, Robert M.
Hoare, Penelope.
Hovde, Ellen.
Howard, Elizabeth Jane.
Hughes, Jenny.
Huxley, Aldous, 1894-1963.
Huxley, Judith.
Isherwood, Christopher, 1904-1986.
Johnson, Virginia.
Lawrence, Anne.
Lehmann, Rosamond, 1901-1990.
Lord, Eda.
Lyons, Islay, 1922- .
Matthews, Tom S.
Mimerel, Jacqueline.
Mimerel, Pierre.
Mitford, Nancy, 1904-1973.
Morrison, Sybil.
Muir, Toni.
Murphy, Noel.
Neveux, Jeanne.
Ollard, Richard Lawrence.
Olney, Richard.
Osmond, Humphrey.
Parsons, Ian.
Pullein-Thompson, Josephine.
Reeve, Laura.
Sarton, May, 1912- .
Scott, Nicholas.
Seymour, Faith C.
Shine, Diane.
Smallwood, Norah.
Snow, C. P. (Charles Percy), 1905- .
Solano, Solita.
Spender, Stephen, 1909-1995.
Spurling, Hilary.
Stern, James.
Warnke, Janice.
Welford, Dorothy.
West, Rebecca, 1892-1983.
Wolff, Charlotte, 1897- .
Wolff, Charlotte, 1897- .
Woodcock, Patrick,1968- .
Organizations
English Centre of International PEN.
Subjects
Adams, John Bodkin -- Trials, litigation, etc.
Huxley, Aldous,1894-1963 -- Biography.
Ruby, Jack -- Trials, litigation, etc.
Ward, Stephen Thomas -- Trials, litigation, etc.
Auschwitz Trial, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, 1963-1965.
Dinners and dining.
Journalism, Legal -- England.
Journalism, Legal -- England.
Wine tasting.
Places
Mexico -- Description and travel.
Document Types
Address books.
Appointment books.
Diaries.
Drawings.
Love letters.
Photographs.
Postcards.

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Administrative Information

Acquisition:

Purchases 1993 (R12954), 1996 (R13542), 2001 (R14933)

Processed by:

Lisa Jones, Stephen Mielke, 2000-2003

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Sources:

Contemporary Authors, New Revision Series, Volume 47. Pamela S. Dear, Ed. (Detroit, Gale Research Company, 1995).

Current Biography. Charles Moritz, Ed. (New York, H.W. Wilson Company, 1990).

Guppy, Shusha. "Sybille Bedford: An Interview,"  The Paris Review, Volume 126 (Flushing, NY, The Paris Review, 1993).

Kimball, Roger. "Without Rancor: Sybille Bedford’s achievement,"  The New Criterion, Volume 12, Number 8 (New York, The Foundation for Cultural Review, 1994).

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Series Descriptions

 

Series I. Works, 1941-2001, nd

The Works series primarily contains typescripts and carbon drafts of Bedford's books and articles, including several unpublished works. The largest group of materials documents the creation and publication of the two volume Aldous Huxley: A Biography. Included is correspondence between Bedford and numerous Huxley family members and friends, and background material on Huxley and his work. Typed drafts and publisher's correspondence track the development of the work over time, and fan mail and review clippings provide critique and overview of the finished books.
Bedford's 1989 novel Jigsaw is also well documented with various drafts and proofs of the text. These files also include publisher's correspondence and corrections, and congratulatory correspondence regarding the book's nomination for the Booker Prize. Publicity material for a 2001 reprint of Jigsaw with A Legacy is located in the file for Counterpoint Press.
Files for Bedford's 1990 compilation of previously published articles on food, travel, and the legal system, titled As It Was, contain original typescripts and tearsheets dating back to 1959. Materials for these articles, such as the 1966 Saturday Evening Post article "The Worst that Ever Happened", are also located under their own titles.
Works files are arranged alphabetically by title, except for several articles grouped together under the heading "Travel Pieces." Clippings and correspondence related to A Visit to Don Otavio are located under the work's original publication title: The Sudden View: A Mexican Journey.
As in the other series, the vast majority of the works are in English, Bedford’s preferred language for writing, and overall in very good condition.

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Series II. Correspondence, 1914-2001, nd

Correspondence is the largest series and is divided into three subseries: Outgoing, Incoming, and Family, with Incoming correspondence further divided into Personal, Private, and Literary, preserving Bedford's own filing order.
Outgoing correspondence is arranged alphabetically by recipient name with the bulk consisting of letters to Evelyn Gendel, Eda Lord, and Allanah Harper. Bedford and Lord were partners from 1955 until Lord’s death in 1976 and Bedford acted as executor for her estate. She was also executor for Gendel and Harper, and likely retrieved these letters after their deaths.
Bedford's letters relate her daily activities, contacts with other friends, and progress on her work. Generally several pages or more in length, they are often quite personal, expressing strong feelings of love and friendship.
Incoming correspondence includes fan mail, invitations, birthday and holiday greetings, business and publisher's correspondence, and personal letters reflective of those found in Bedford's outgoing correspondence. The bulk consists of letters from Bedford’s friends and colleagues, with letters labeled "Personal" in alphabetical order and letters labeled "Private" in chronological order. There is great overlap between these headings, both in the nature of the correspondence and in the individual writers.
Included in the incoming correspondence are letters from Ivy Compton-Burnett, Elizabeth David, M. F. K. Fisher, Martha Gellhorn, Graham Greene, Lord Snowdon, and Stephen Spender. Also included are a small number of letters addressed to both Sybille Bedford and Eda Lord, or to Eda Lord alone. Letters from Aldous Huxley and other Huxley family members are found with the incoming correspondence and in the Works series with the Aldous Huxley: A Biography materials.
Literary correspondence in the Incoming subseries is largely from Evelyn Gendel with some third party correspondence between Gendel and others. It also contains revisions and draft fragments of works discussed in accompanying correspondence. Small amounts of unidentified correspondence can be found throughout the incoming letters, but the bulk is grouped together at the end of the subseries.
The Family correspondence subseries consists of one folder of third party correspondence to and from Bedford’s mother. This includes the earliest dated material in the papers, an unfinished letter from Bedford’s mother written in 1914. However, the majority of the correspondence and other material in Bedford's papers date from the 1940s onward.
The Index of Correspondents included with this finding aid indicates the box and folder location of correspondence from each individual.

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Series III. Subject Files, 1919-1999, nd

Subject files constitute the smallest series and include financial and personal records for Bedford as well as legal records and literary works for several of Bedford’s friends, such as Evelyn Gendel and Eda Lord. Of particular note are the extensive date books, calendars and typed diaries documenting Bedford’s daily activities from the 1950 through the 1990s. Also present are date books from Bedford's long time partner Eda Lord, as well as probate records for Lord’s estate and drafts of several of her works.
In addition to Lord, the subject files contain materials related to several other individuals. The Toni Muir file contains probate records and photographs of Bedford's long time friend. Probate records are also present for Eva Hermann and Evelyn Gendel. The Gendel file includes draft fragments for Gendel’s Tortoise and Turtle Abroad, and notes and letters similar to those located in the incoming literary correspondence of Series II. A scrapbook on Allanah Harper contains clippings, letters, and a 1944 contract for her autobiography.
Snapshots and publicity photos are found throughout the Bedford papers, but a large group of photographs are located in the subject files. The bulk are carte-de-visite images of unidentified family members or family friends dating from around the 1900s. Also included are more recent photos of Bedford’s friends from the 1950s through the 1990s.
Several folders of notebooks contain detailed records of expenses Bedford incurred while writing articles for various magazines. Other materials found in the subject files include invitations, menus, and notes related to wine tastings and dinners, interviews and biographical information, and a handwritten travel journal written in German and dating from 1919, likely created by Bedford’s mother.

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Folder List

 

Series I. Works, 1941-2001, nd

Box Folder
1 1 "L’Affaire Johannès" (1958)
Aldous Huxley: A Biography (1973 / 1974)
Research
Correspondence
2 England, 1968-1973
3 U.S., 1968-1972, nd
4-5 Friends and family, 1968-1972, nd
6 General, 1953-1973, nd
Box Folder
2 1-3 General, continued
4-6 Notes, nd
Box Folder
3 1 Huxley interview, 1961
2 Huxley M.I.T. lectures, 1960-1961
3 Articles by Huxley, 1951-1963
4 Articles about Huxley, 1963-1971, nd
5 Genealogical information, nd
6-7 Maria Huxley correspondence photocopies, nd
8 Victoria Ocampo correspondence photocopies, nd
9 Nichols / Head correspondence photocopies, nd
Box Folder
4 1-2 Material used, 1969-1970, nd
3-4 Photographs, 1932, nd
5 Check lists and organizational materials, 1969-1973
Volume I
6-7 Typescript draft, nd
Box Folder
5 1-2 Typescript draft, continued
Volume II
3-4 Typescript draft, nd
Box Folder
6 1-3 Typescript draft, continued
4 Incomplete carbon typescript, 1973
5 Carbon typescript, 1973
Box Folder
7 1 Carbon typescript, continued
2 Preface to new edition: handwritten and typescript drafts, nd
3 Correspondence with publishers, 1964-1968
4 Expenses, 1970
5 Clippings, 1968-1975, nd
6 Fan mail, 1974-1975
7 "The Anchor and the Balloon" (1964), carbon typescripts and galley proofs, 1964
As It Was (1990)
8-9 Source material typescripts and tearsheets, 1959-1990, nd
Box Folder
8 1 Organizational notes, nd
2 Incomplete working draft, nd
3 Composite typescript draft, 1990
4 Corrected page proofs, 1990
5 Clippings, 1990
The Best We Can Do: An Account of the Trial of John Bodkin Adams (1958)
6 Introduction to new edition, typescript carbon, 1989
7 Typescript draft, nd
8 Correspondence and clippings, 1958-1959
Box Folder
9 A Compass Error (1968)
1 Notes and draft fragments, nd
2 Early typescript draft with corrections, nd
3-4 Intermediate typescript draft with corrections, nd
5 Printer’s markup, 1968
6 Clippings, 1968-1969, nd
Box Folder
10 Penguin edition with A Favorite of the Gods (1984)
1 Introduction, typescript carbon, nd
2 Clippings, 1984, nd
3 Counterpoint Press promotional material for Jigsaw and A Legacy, 2001
4 "The Days Returns," unpublished personal drawings and poems, 1944
5 Elizabeth David profile for The Sunday Times, typescript draft and notes, 1966
The Faces of Justice (1961)
6 Carbon typescript analysis and tearsheets, 1961, nd
7 Correspondence and clippings, 1959-1961
A Favourite of the Gods (1963)
8 Carbon typescript fragments, nd
9 Clippings, 1963-1964
10 Food and wine articles, 1954-1986
"Her Majesty’s Incorruptible, Imperturbable, Incomparable Judges" (1965)
11 Handwritten notes, 1965
12 Research materials and typed notes, 1965
Box Folder
11 1 "House of Lords" (1964), correspondence and notes, 1964-1965, nd
2 Introductions to other works, 1983-1984, nd
Jigsaw (1989) [see also Counterpoint Press, 10.3]
3 Early typescript draft, nd
4-5 Intermediate typescript draft, nd
6 Late typescript draft, nd
Box Folder
12 1 Typescript draft, continued
2-3 Carbon typescript fragments, nd
4 Photocopy typescript, Part IV, nd
5 Printer’s markup, nd
Box Folder
13 1-2 Printer’s markup, continued
3 Revised page proofs, 1988
4 Correspondence and corrections, 1988-1991, nd
5 Correspondence re: Booker Prize, 1989-1990
6 Introduction to Penguin edition, correspondence and drafts, 1999, nd
Box Folder
14 1 Clippings, 1989, nd
2 John Jeremy Thorpe trial notes, 1979
"The Last Trial of Lady Chatterley" (1961)
3 Carbon typescript and tearsheets, 1961
4 Correspondence and clippings, 1961
5 Correspondence and transcript of radio broadcast "At the Old Bailey: Lady Chatterley’s Lover," 1960-1990
A Legacy (1956) [see also Counterpoint Press, 10.3]
6 Draft fragments, nd
7-8 Typescript draft, nd
Correspondence and clippings
9 English, 1956-1957
10 USA, Danish, and French, 1956-1964, nd
Box Folder
15 1 The Other Side of the Sea, [unpublished] typescript drafts, 1973
2-3 Reviews of other works, 1958-1993, nd
4 South of France [unpublished], typescript, 1935
The Sudden View: A Mexican Journey (1953) [also published as A Visit to Don Otavio: A Traveller’s Tale from Mexico (1960)]
5-6 Early typescript draft, nd
Box Folder
16 1-2 Late typescript draft, nd
3 Correspondence and clippings, 1952-1961
4 "10:30 at the Old Bailey" (1956), tearsheets, 1956-1957
"The Trial of Jack Ruby for the Murder of Lee Harvey Oswald" (1964)
5-6 Handwritten notes, 1964
7 Typed notes, 1964
8 Court transcripts and juror profiles, 1964
Box Folder
17 1 Part I typescript and tearsheets, 1964
2 Part II typescript and tearsheets, 1964
3 Clippings, 1964
4 Travel pieces, notes and drafts, 1953-1960
5 A Trip to Paris [unpublished], typescript drafts, 1943
6-7 What Can We Ever Do [unpublished], carbon typescript, 1941
Wine (1982)
8 Research and notes, 1982
9 Typescript draft, 1982
Box Folder
18 "The Worst that Ever Happened" (1966)
1 Notes, clippings and tearsheets, 1963-1966
2 Telex reports, 1964
3 Carbon typescript and proofs, 1966
4 Correspondence, 1966
The Worst We Can Do [unpublished]
5 Notes, 1963
6 Clippings and research material, 1963
7 Typescript draft, 1967, nd
8 Unidentified handwritten notes, nd

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Series II. Correspondence, 1914-2001, nd

Subseries A. Outgoing, 1934-1993, nd
Box Folder
18 9 Broch, “Bush” [Meier-Graeffe, Annemarie], 1969-1993
10 Compton-Burnett, Ivy, 1952
Gendel, Evelyn
11 1952
Box Folder
19 1-5 1953-1955
Box Folder
20 1-4 1955-1957
Box Folder
21 1-4 1958-1961
Box Folder
22 1-6 1961-1965
Box Folder
23 1-7 1966-1977, nd
Harper, Allanah
8 1946-1952
Box Folder
24 1-2 1953-1980, nd
3-4 Lord, Eda, 1962-1974, nd
5 Marple, Lesley, 1979-1986
Box Folder
25 1-2 Muir, Toni, 1934-1967
3 Wolff, Charlotte, 1958-1986
4 General, 1989-1991, nd
Subseries B. Incoming, 1940-2001, nd
Personal
5 A, 1990-2000, nd
6-7 Arthur, Esther, 1949-1962
Box Folder
26 1-4 Arthur, continued
5 B-D, 1990-1999
6 David, Elizabeth, 1963-1971, nd
Box Folder
27 1-2 Davis, Anne Bakewell Rogers, 1942-1947
3 E-G, 1984-2000, nd
Gellhorn, Martha
4-6 1949-1954
Box Folder
28 1-5 1955-1990, nd
Gendel, Evelyn
6-7 1952-1953
Box Folder
29 1-5 1953-1956
Box Folder
30 1-6 1957-1959
Box Folder
31 1-5 1960-1963
Box Folder
32 1-7 1964-1977
8 Letters of condolence, 1977-1978
Box Folder
33 1 Greeting cards and invitations, 1996-2000
2 H, 1974-2000, nd
Harper, Allanah
3-4 1941-1952
Box Folder
34 1-8 1953-1987, nd
Box Folder
35 1-2 Hermann, Eva, 1948-1978
3 Howard, Brian, 1937-1955, nd
4 Huxley, Laura, 1954-1956, nd
5 I-L, 1989-2001
Lord, Eda
6 1940-1976, nd
Box Folder
36 1 Letters of condolence, 1976-1978
2 M, 1979-2000, nd
3 Mann, Klaus, 1941-1943, nd
4 Mimerel, Pierre, 1950-1954
5 N, 1996-2000, nd
Nielsen, Maximiliana “Catsy” von Schoenebeck
6-7 1955-1962
Box Folder
37 1-4 1963-1974
5 O, 1981-2000, nd
6 O.B.E. congratulations, 1981
7 P-S, 1986-1999, nd
Box Folder
38 1 T-Z, 1982-2001, nd
Private - Miscellaneous
2 1940-1955
3-5 1955-1962
Box Folder
39 1 1955-1962, continued
2 1962-1963
3-5 1963-1971
Box Folder
40 1-4 1963-1971, continued
5-6 1972-1973
Box Folder
41 1 1972-1973, continued
2 1973
3 1973-1974
4-5 1974
6 1975-1976
Box Folder
42 1 1975-1976, continued
2-4 1976-1979
5-6 1979-1982
Box Folder
43 1-2 1980-1989
3-5 1989-1993
Literary
6 Contracts and royalties, 1955-1975
Box Folder
44 General
1-2 1952-1963
3 1963-1965
4-5 1969-1974
6-7 Unidentified, 1968-2000, nd
8 Subseries C. Family, 1914-1925

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Series III. Subject Files, 1919-1999, nd

Box Folder
44 9 23 Old Church Street, contracts and correspondence, 1978-1979
Box
45 Address and date books [includes Eda Lord datebooks], 1956-1991, nd
Box Folder
46 1-5 Calendars, 1932, 1968-1999
Diaries, typescript drafts
6 1956-1961
7 1976-1979
Box Folder
47 1-2 1976-1979, continued
3-5 1979-1984
Box Folder
48 1 1984-1985
2 Drawings and autographs, 1923-1932
Expenditures
3 Journal articles, 1961-1968
Notebooks
4-9 ca. 1938-1964
Box Folder
49 1-3 1965-1972
4 1989, 1993
Gellhorn, Martha
5 Literary executor directive, 1971
6 Memoir, carbon typescript fragment, nd
7 Clippings, 1949, nd
Gendel, Evelyn
8 Literary notes and correspondence, 1958-1961, nd
9 Probate records, 1977-1978
10 Tortoise and Turtle Abroad, carbon typescript fragments and correspondence, 1959-1961, nd
11 Unidentified draft fragments, 1959, nd
Harper, Allanah
12 Memorial address, 1992
Box Folder
50 1 Scrapbook, 1929-1951, nd
2 Hermann, Eva, probate records, 1979
3 Interviews and biographical information, 1961-1995, nd
Lord, Eda
4 Correspondence, 1962-1973
Date books, 1963-1976--see box 45
5 "On Being Liberated," typescript drafts, 1957, nd
6 Probate records, 1974-1977
7 Short story typescript drafts, nd
8 Yugoslavia travel journal, 1965
Box Folder
51 Muir, Toni
1 Photographs, nd
2 Probate records, 1974
3 PEN, notes and correspondence, 1985, nd
4 Passports, 1935, 1945
Photographs
5 Family, ca. 1900
6 Friends, 1951-1993, nd
7 Schwarzenbach, Annemarie, photocopy biographical articles, nd
8 Travel journal [unidentified author], 1919?
9 Wine tasting and dinner invitations and menus, 1976-1989
Box Folder
52 1 Wine tasting and dinner invitations, continued
2-3 Wine tasting notes, 1983-1992

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 Index of Correspondents 

Names in bold appear in the RLIN record.

  • Adams, Mary--1.2
  • Adrian, Leslie--38.4
  • Albert, Maria--38.3
  • Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.--44.4-5
  • Allentuck, Marcia, 1928- --1.3
  • American National Red Cross--38.2
  • Ames, E. R.--10.7
  • Amory, Mark--41.3
  • Amster, Leonard--40.6
  • Anderson, Inger--25.5
  • Anslinger, H. J. (Harry Jacob), 1892- --8.8
  • Archer, Betty--25.5
  • Archer, Henry--43.5
  • Archer, Jimmy--38.2
  • Arendt, Hannah--39.4
  • Arlott, John--38.5
  • Armbruster, John--25.5
  • Arnaud, Odette--10.7, 44.5
  • Arnoldo Mondadori editore--43.6, 44.1
  • Arthur, Esther--25.6-7, 26.1-2
  • Ashfield, M.A.F.--25.5
  • Ashworth, Tucker--1.3
  • Asolo, Meginato--39.4
  • Asquite, Hase--13.5
  • Astor, David, Hon., 1912- --40.6
  • Atheneum (New York, N.Y.)--44.1
  • Athill, Diana--38.4
  • Attallah, Naim--43.5
  • Audrey, Harold J.--38.3
  • Autoning, Sorayo--43.2, 43.5
  • Avery's Vermicelli, Ltd.--38.4
  • Avion, Anne--40.5
  • Babington, Anthony--26.5
  • Bagenal, Barbara--1.4
  • Bagnall, Nicholas--42.4
  • Bagnold, Enid--26.5, 39.5
  • Bailey, Geoffrey--26.5, 43.5
  • Bailey, Paul--50.3
  • Bains, Michael--1.3, 43.5
  • Balfour-Browne, Frances L.--38.5
  • Balfour Fraser, Anne--52.1
  • Balsdon, Audrey--13.5
  • Bannon, Llany-Rose--1.2
  • Banting, John, 1902-1972--38.3
  • Barker, Pat--13.5
  • Barnes, Hazel E.--42.1
  • Barnes, Joseph--14.10
  • Barquet, Nicolas--14.10
  • Barrodale, H.--38.3-4, 39.4
  • Barrow, Helen--32.9
  • Baruch, Nina--26.5
  • Bash?, J.--16.3
  • Baum, Caroline--26.5
  • Beard, Rosemary--40.5-6, 41.2
  • Beauchamp, Barbara--36.1, 38.3-4, 39.1, 39.3-4, 40.5, 41.4, 43.5
  • Beaverbrook Library--2.3
  • Beck, Ruth--42.1
  • Behring, Roj--26.5
  • Beimers, Sidney--1.2
  • Belletosta?, G.--26.5
  • Belli, Melvin M., 1907- --39.4
  • Bennett, Edwin G.--1.3
  • Bennett, Joan--10.7, 39.1
  • Benson, Leanne--26.5
  • Bentley, Henry--36.1
  • Bentsen, Liv--26.5
  • Beresford, Maureen--26.5
  • Berkowitz, William R.--1.3
  • Bessie, Connie--37.6, 41.3, 41.5, 42.1
  • Bessie, Simon Michael--41.5
  • Betts, Charley--37.6
  • Bevin, Anthony--1.2
  • Biles, Harbara--1.4, 4.1, 41.1, 41.3
  • Billington, Rachel--26.5
  • Birkin, David--42.1, 42.3
  • Black, Barry--26.5
  • Blackburn, Bill--13.4
  • Blacket, Gill and Swan (Firm)--44.9
  • Blum, Elisabeth--26.5
  • Blume, Mary--13.5, 26.5, 37.6, 39.1, 39.3, 40.6, 41.2, 42.2, 43.1, 43.5
  • Bobbs-Merrill Company, Inc.--49.9
  • Bonham-Carter, Mark--44.1-2
  • Book, Jimmy--41.5
  • Borie, Jean, 1935- --41.2
  • Borland, Lesley Beauclerk--43.2
  • Boston-Brown, Beatrice--41.2
  • Botsford, Keith, 1928- --14.9
  • Bourne, Nina--14.10
  • Boyse?, April--36.1, 41.2, 41.4, 42.6
  • Bradbury, Sue--26.5
  • Bradshaw, David--43.5
  • Braude, Ben B.--13.5
  • Braybrooke, Neville, 1925- --38.4
  • British Broadcasting Corporation--1.2, 14.5, 26.5, 38.4, 41.3, 44.1
  • British Trust for Conservation Volunteers--26.5
  • Brittan, Leon--43.2
  • Brook, Faith, 1922- --13.5
  • Brown, Barbara B.--1.3
  • Brown, Jack--38.4
  • Brown, Olive--1.3
  • Brown, Violet--36.1, 37.6, 39.1, 42.5
  • Brownrigg, Sylvia--26.5
  • Bryker, Winifred--38.3
  • Bryn Mawr College--38.3
  • Buckman, Rosemary--43.5
  • Bueno, Hélène Yourievitch da Cunha--37.6, 38.1, 43.2, 43.5
  • Bueno, Jorge da Cunha--37.6
  • Bull, H. Wesson, Jr--3.1, 39.4, 41.2-3
  • Burns, Jerry--1.3
  • Buzzard, Joan--1.4
  • Bynner, Witter, 1881-1968--39.4
  • Byrne, John--36.1, 42.3
  • C__, Harold--39.4
  • Caldwell, Elizabeth--43.2
  • Campbell, Alexander--1.3
  • Campbell, Susan--42.4
  • Canfield, Cass--1.6, 44.2, 44.4-5
  • Carey, Jonathan S., 1951- --26.5
  • Carlisle, Carla--26.5, 43.5
  • Carritt, Christian A. K.--42.6
  • Carson, Marco--39.1, 39.3-4
  • Carson, Peter--13.5
  • Cecil, David Lord, 1902- --1.2
  • Central Chancery of the Orders of Knighthood--52.1
  • Chaney, Lisa--26.5
  • Chatto & Windus (Firm)--44.4-5
  • Chatwin, Bruce, 1940-1989--42.4-5, 43.1
  • Child, Julia--14.1, 36.1, 39.9, 40.3, 41.4, 42.3, 42.5, 43.1
  • Chilton, J. W.--1.2
  • Chisholm, Anne--26.5, 41.5
  • Cisar, Peter--26.5
  • Clapp, Susannah--26.5, 43.3
  • Clark, Elizabeth--1.2
  • Clark, Eric--26.5
  • Clark, George--1.2, 41.3
  • Clark, Jane--1.2
  • Clarke, Edward--44.1
  • Clerk, Honor--26.5
  • Clifford Chance (Firm)--50.6, 51.2
  • Clifford-Turner see Clifford Chance (Firm)
  • Cluttons Chartered Surveyors--44.9
  • Coates, Clive--26.5
  • Cocheme, Joan--42.3
  • Codman, Florence--8.8, 10.7, 14.10, 16.3, 38.4, 39.1, 39.3
  • Cohen, Lisa--26.5
  • Coldstream, John--26.5, 43.5
  • Collier, Laurence, 1890- --1.2
  • Collins (Firm : London, England)--43.2, 43.6, 44.1, 44.4-5
  • Collins, Sheila--41.3, 44.4
  • Columbia (British) Pictures, Ltd.--44.4
  • Compton-Burnett, I. (Ivy), 1884-1969--10.7, 16.3, 38.5
  • Connan, Jean Marie--43.5
  • Conner, Dan--1.2
  • Constable, Rosalind--26.5, 38.3, 40.3-4, 40.6, 41.2, 43.3
  • Cooper, Artemis, 1953- --26.5
  • Cooper, D.--43.3
  • Cooper, Lettice--37.6, 42.2, 44.4
  • Cooper, Louis Blom--40.4
  • Cordell, Gale--42.6
  • Cossart, David--26.5
  • Costa, Margaret--39.3
  • Coutts & Co.--39.3
  • Craig, Patricia--26.5
  • Crauslin, Monica--38.4, 39.2-3, 40.3, 41.3, 41.5
  • Crawford, Dottie--39.2-3, 40.6
  • Crédit lyonnais--43.6
  • Critchley, Julian--43.5
  • Cross, Ben--43.2
  • Culme-Seymour, Mark--41.3
  • Curran, William J.--8.8
  • Cusano, Teresa--42.6
  • Custer, Melanie--43.3
  • Daniel, Penny--13.6
  • Davenport, John--16.3, 38.3
  • David, Elizabeth, 1913- --13.5, 26.6, 27.3, 32.9, 36.1, 37.6, 38.3, 39.1, 40.4, 40.6, 41.1-3, 41.5, 43.1-2
  • David McKay Company, Inc.--44.1
  • Davis, Anne Bakewell Rogers--27.1-2, 42.5
  • Davis, Dennis--1.3, 41.2
  • Day, Peter--39.4, 43.2
  • Dehl, Conrad--13.4, 43.5
  • Dehn, Hans--38.2
  • Devlin, Patrick--8.8, 39.1, 40.4, 43.2
  • Dewar, Millicent--39.4, 40.5, 41.1, 41.4, 42.5
  • Dille, James M.--1.3
  • Dinshaw, Fran--39.3, 40.6, 41.3
  • Dixon, Ethel--42.5
  • Dixon, Margaret--40.3
  • Dobson, Christopher--39.4
  • Dommerques, André--1.2
  • Donahoe, Edward--16.3
  • Donaldson, Frances Lonsdale, Lady--39.3
  • Dougherty, Gerald--26.5
  • Drake, Betsy, 1923- --13.5, 26.5, 43.5
  • Dreyfus, Christopher--13.5
  • Druces & Attlee--26.5
  • Drucker, Ruth--14.10
  • Duff, Martha--13.5, 42.4, 49.9
  • Duveel, Anne--39.4
  • Dwyer, William L.--26.5
  • Eden, Richard--36.1
  • Edman, Eugene--1.3
  • Edwards, Janette--27.3, 43.5
  • Elguera, Amalia--27.3, 43.1, 43.5
  • Elledge, Vernon--8.8
  • Elliott, Charles--13.4
  • Ellis, David--27.3
  • Elmhirst, L. K. (Leonard Knight), 1893-1974--1.2
  • Elstob, Peter, 1916- --27.3, 38.3, 43.2
  • Enders, David--13.5, 27.3, 37.6, 39.3, 42.4, 43.2-3, 52.1
  • Engel, Ruth--13.5, 32.9, 37.6, 39.1, 41.2-3, 41.5, 42.1, 42.4, 43.2
  • English Centre of International PEN--41.5, 42.1, 43.2, 43.5, 44.4, 51.3
  • English, Daphne H.--38.4
  • English National Opera--52.1
  • English Speaking Union--39.3
  • Epstein, Barbara--14.1
  • Erickson, Milton H.--1.6
  • Esquire--44.1, 44.4
  • Estabrooks, George Hoben, 1895- --1.3
  • Etherton, John R.--13.5
  • Eustration, Rina Marcel--41.3
  • Evans, Robert O.--13.5, 42.4, 43.1, 43.5
  • Färber, Elizabeth--42.4
  • Falkenheim, Jacqueline Victoria, 1945- --27.3
  • Falla, P. S.--2.3
  • Farmer, R.--42.4
  • Farmiloe, Jerrie D.--42.4
  • Fasquelle, Solange, 1933- --43.5
  • Fawcus, Maggie--43.3, 43.5
  • Fell?, Elliot--39.2
  • Fell, Roland Arthur Lonsdale--1.2
  • Fenton, Roy--1.2, 37.6, 41.3
  • Ferrell, Wilfred A.--42.2
  • Ffytch, Timothy--13.5
  • Fielding, Xan--42.4
  • Figgis, Michael W.--27.3
  • Finlay, Graham--39.1
  • Fisher, Clive--27.3, 43.1, 43.3
  • Fisher, M. F. K. (Mary Frances Kennedy), 1908- --36.1, 38.4, 39.2, 40.3, 42.4, 42.6, 43.4, 50.4
  • Fitch, Noel Riley--27.3
  • Fitzgerald, Penelope--13.5, 27.3
  • FitzGibbon, Constantine, 1919- --10.7, 38.3-4, 39.1-3, 39.5, 41.3
  • Fitzroy, Mark--43.2
  • Flanner, Janet, 1892- --10.7, 38.5, 39.2, 40.2-4
  • Fletcher-Cooke, Charles--43.5
  • Folds, Charles Weston--32.9, 36.1
  • Folds, Sue--36.1, 37.6
  • Folio Society (London, England)--43.3, 43.5
  • Formaini, Heather--42.6
  • Fosca, S.--39.1
  • Fossi, Nannina--39.2
  • Fowler, David--13.5
  • Fowles, Denise--13.4
  • Foyle, Christina--43.2
  • Freeman, Jenny--43.2
  • Freifrau von Geyso, Siwina--43.5
  • Friede, Donald--39.4
  • Fuld, Stanley H., 1903- --8.8
  • Fuller, Jean Overton--27.3
  • G__, Jerome--39.1
  • G__, Michael--41.4
  • Gabor, Dennis--1.2
  • Gallagher, M. Douglas--1.2
  • Gandly, Ilsa--13.5
  • Gardner, Helen--10.7, 38.4, 40.4
  • Garnett, Henrietta, 1945- --42.4, 42.6, 43.5
  • Gascoyne, David--43.4
  • Gates, Oliver--40.6
  • Gaundy, Eva--1.3
  • Gebler, Carlo--13.5
  • Gellhorn, Edna--38.2-4, 39.2, 39.4, 40.1
  • Gellhorn, Martha, 1908- --10.7, 27.4-6, 28.1-5, 36.1, 38.2, 40.1, 40.3, 41.5-6, 42.5, 43.1
  • Gendel, Evelyn--28.6-7, 29.1-5, 30.1-6, 31.1-5, 32.1-8, 41.3, 44.1, 43.6, 49.8, 49.10, 50.4
  • George Weidenfeld & Nicolson, Ltd.--43.6, 44.1-2
  • Gheeraert, John--27.3
  • Gibbon, F.--38.3
  • Gibson, J. M.--42.4
  • Gibson, Marjorie, 1925- --42.4
  • Gifford, Ellen--2.3
  • Gille, Cicilia--36.1
  • Gilliatt, Penelope--43.1
  • Gillies, Eva--42.4
  • Ginna, Robert Emmett--43.6, 44.5
  • Gissen, Max--1.6
  • Glendinning, Victoria--13.5, 27.3, 42.1, 42.4-5, 43.1-2, 43.4
  • Gluica, Dalene--1.2
  • Goff, Martyn--37.6
  • Goldblatt, Joel--42.3
  • Gold-Fritz, M.--1.4
  • Goldsmith, Bobra--41.2, 40.6
  • Goldsmith, Milo--39.3, 40.6, 41.3, 42.1
  • Goldsmith, Ulrich K.--27.3, 37.6, 39.3
  • Gordon, J. King--41.3
  • Gordon, Michael W.--43.1
  • Gorua, Christina--43.3
  • Gottlieb, Maria--39.3
  • Gottlieb, Robert, 1931- --7.3, 13.5, 14.10, 40.4, 42.4, 43.5, 44.1, 44.4-5
  • Graham, Miles--1.2
  • Granada Television Network, Ltd--44.1
  • Grange, Marithé--42.4
  • Green, Russell--1.2
  • Greenberg, Henry Clay--8.8
  • Greene, Elaine--27.3, 39.5, 43.2, 43.5, 44.2
  • Greene, Graham, 1904- --27.3, 41.3
  • Gregg, Alice--38.4
  • Grenville, Henry--13.4
  • Grindea, Mirou--42.1
  • Guennell, Pat--42.6
  • Guest, Ronald--10.7
  • Gunn, Eileen--27.3
  • Guppy, Shusha--13.5, 50.3
  • Guy, Harold--1.2, 39.3, 43.2
  • Gyldendal Publishers--44.1
  • H. P. Leopold's Uitgeversmaat-schappij N. V.--43.6
  • Haas, Antonio--43.2
  • Haber, L. F. (Ludwig Fritz)--39.1
  • Haber, Nelle--14.10
  • Haidinger, Alice--38.3
  • Halle, Walter F. E. von--10.7, 39.3, 39.4
  • Hamilton, Patrick--33.2, 43.5
  • Hamilton, Yvonne--1.2, 43.5
  • Hamish Hamilton Ltd.--14.9, 16.3
  • Hand, Sylvia Cook--33.2
  • Handie, Len--1.2
  • Hanson, Anthony--33.2
  • Hanson, Rosemary--33.2
  • Harber, Robert--43.6
  • Hardcastle, Patience--4.1, 41.2-3
  • Harker?--8.8
  • Harlow, Wilfred--13.4
  • Harmon, Charles E., 1931- --1.2
  • Harper, Allanah, 1904- --16.3, 33.3-4, 34.1-8, 36.1, 38.3, 39.3, 41.1, 42.3, 43.1
  • Harper, Audrey--39.3, 40.6, 43.5
  • Harper, John--39.3
  • Harper & Brothers--44.2, 44.4
  • Harper & Row, Publishers--44.4
  • Hart-Davis, Rupert, 1907- --42.6
  • Harvey, Helen--1.6
  • Harwood, Ronnie--43.3
  • Haslam, Nicholas--42.4
  • Hasting, Barbara--43.3
  • Hastings, Selina--13.5, 33.2
  • Hatfield, Phyllis--33.2, 43.4
  • Hatt, John--13.5
  • Haulleville, Rose de--41.3
  • Hayes, Richard--14.10, 39.1-2
  • Haynes, Celia--1.2
  • Haynes, Hanson & Clark--43.5
  • Haynes, Reneé--1.4
  • Heffner, Carla--43.1
  • Heider, Albert--16.3
  • Heine, V.--39.2
  • Heinemann (Firm)--44.1
  • Hemmings, Marjorie McLean--41.3
  • Henni, Tanse?--38.2
  • Henny, Jeanne--13.5
  • Henrich, Bertina--33.2
  • Herlitz?, M.--40.6
  • Herrman, Eva--16.3, 35.1-2, 36.1, 38.4-5, 39.1-2, 40.1-2, 40.5, 41.3, 41.5, 43.1
  • Hertzberg, Robert M.--13.5, 33.2, 36.1, 39.1, 40.6, 42.5, 43.1
  • Hese, Bobby--32.9
  • Hessel, Helen, 1886-1982--41.3
  • Hewson, Shirley--42.6
  • Heygate, Elizabeth--16.3
  • Higgin, Davida--2.3
  • Highsmith, Pat--41.5
  • Hiles, Faith--41.2
  • Hill, Kathleen, 1941- --43.3, 43.5
  • Hilley, Lillian--16.3
  • Hills, Charles--43.3
  • Hilton, Sara W.--38.4
  • Hine, Al--2.3
  • Hoare, Penelope--4.2, 8.8, 13.5, 39.3, 40.6, 41.2, 42.1, 43.3, 43.5
  • Hobsbawm, E. J. (Eric J.), 1917- --2.3
  • Hohme, Authee?--42.4
  • Holden, J. R.--13.5
  • Holdsworth, Irene--39.3
  • Holmes, David M.--42.6
  • Holroyd, Michael--42.3, 42.6
  • Harbourfront Reading Series--43.5
  • Horsfall, Nicholas--33.2
  • Houtz, Philip--16.3
  • Hovde, Ellen--33.2, 36.1, 41.2-3, 42.3-5, 43.1-2
  • Howard, Brian, 1905-1958--16.3, 35.3, 38.3
  • Howard, Elizabeth Jane--32.9, 33.2, 36.1, 38.4-5, 39.9, 40.4, 41.2-3, 41.6, 42.3
  • Hubble, Grace Burke, d. 1980--1.3
  • Huddleston, Miles--33.2
  • Huggett, Colin--13.5
  • Hughes, Elizabeth--33.2
  • Hughes, Jenny--13.4-5, 16.3, 33.2, 39.3, 40.2, 41.3, 42.3-5, 43.1, 43.5
  • Hughes, Luke--13.4, 36.1
  • Hughes, W. H.--38.4
  • Hulton, Nika--38.4
  • Hunt, Robert--39.4
  • Hutchins, Robert Maynard, 1899- --1.3
  • Hutchinson, Jenny--1.2
  • Hutchinson, Jeremy--1.6
  • Huxley, Aldous, 1894-1963--1.6, 38.3
  • Huxley, Anthony Julian, 1920- --42.2
  • Huxley, Elspeth Joscelin Grant, 1907- --1.4, 40.6, 41.2-4
  • Huxley, Francis--1.4
  • Huxley, Franciska--14.1
  • Huxley, Gervas--1.4
  • Huxley, Judith--1.4, 2.1, 13.5, 37.6, 41.3, 43.3, 43.5
  • Huxley, Julian, 1887-1975--4.1, 7.3, 41.5
  • Huxley, Juliette, 1896- --2.1, 4.1
  • Huxley, Laura Archera--1.5, 35.4, 38.3, 42.3, 43.4
  • Huxley, Margaret--1.4
  • Huxley, Matthew--1.4, 39.4, 41.3
  • Huxley, Rosalind--1.4, 41.3
  • Isherwood, Christopher, 1904- --1.3, 35.5
  • Isherwood, Margaret--1.2
  • Jakeman, Jane--35.5
  • Jardine, Lionel--41.2-3
  • Jenkins, Roy, 1920- --35.5, 42.6, 43.5
  • Johlas?, Clair--16.3
  • John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation--38.3
  • Johnson, Hugh--40.3
  • Johnson, Virginia--13.5, 35.5, 38.2, 41.1, 41.5, 42.5, 43.5
  • Jones, Frank P.--1.3, 1.6
  • Jones, Paul C.--1.3, 4.2
  • Jonestadtt?, Peter--13.5
  • Justerini & Brook, Ltd.--42.4, 43.2
  • Kallin, Anna--38.4
  • Kaye, Barbara, 1908- --13.5, 36.2
  • Keddie, James--8.8, 10.7, 38.5, 39.4
  • Keep, C. T. S.--1.3
  • Kennebeck, Edwin--39.1
  • Kennedy, Ludovic Henry Coverley--43.4
  • Kesler, Jascha--2.3
  • Kidd, Hilda--10.7
  • King, Francis--13.5, 42.5, 43.1, 52.1
  • Kinmonth, Patrick--11.2
  • Kirk, Geoffrey--39.3
  • Kirk, M. E.--13.5
  • Kishadden, Margaret--1.5, 41.2
  • Koenig, Rhoda--14.4
  • Komrower, Shirley--42.4, 42.6
  • Koning, Hans--10.7
  • Kozlenko, William--1.3
  • Krahmer, Catherine--43.3
  • Kraline, Catherine--35.5, 43.3
  • Kreith, Herta de--39.3
  • Kretzmer, Herbert--35.5
  • Kretzmer, Sybil--35.5, 43.5
  • Kroll, Fredric--35.5, 42.4, 43.2
  • Kulka, Ernest W.--16.3
  • L__, Sue--35.5
  • Längsfeld, Margarete--35.5
  • The Lamb at Hindon (Hotel)--42.4
  • Lambert, Catherine--41.3
  • Lambert, Julian--1.2
  • Lambertz, Thomas--35.5
  • Lambown, W. J.--39.1
  • Lamson, Peggy--1.5, 2.3, 42.4
  • Lamson, Roy--1.6, 41.3, 43.5
  • Lancaster, Marie-Jacqueline, 1922- --43.4
  • Lander, Nicholas--35.5
  • Lane, Allen--38.4
  • Langbein, John H.--42.4
  • Langham, Josephine--13.5
  • Langly, Ella--16.3, 38.2, 38.4, 39.5
  • Laurie, Bruce--43.2
  • Lautig, Jan--39.4
  • Law, Janet--37.6
  • Law, Lelian Kirk--16.3
  • Lawrence, Anne--13.5, 35.5, 42.4-5, 43.3, 43.5
  • Lawrence, John--42.4-5
  • Leavitt, David--43.4
  • Le Brocquy, Louis, 1916- --40.3
  • LeCron, Lyn L.--2.3
  • Lee, Hermione--35.5
  • Lee, Lavine--39.1
  • Lehane, Brendan--42.6
  • Lehmann, Beatrix, 1903-1979--38.3
  • Lehmann, John, 1907- --42.3
  • Lehmann, Rosamond, 1901- --14.9, 35.5, 36.1, 38.3, 39.1, 40.3, 42.3, 42.6, 43.2
  • Leigh-Fermor, Patrick--35.5
  • Leigh, Mary--38.2
  • Lent, Donald, 1933- --1.6
  • Letwin, Shirley R.--42.5
  • Levet, Richard H.--8.8
  • Levy, Matthew--8.8
  • Lewis, Jeremy--35.5, 43.2, 43.5
  • Leyshon, E.--42.3
  • Library of Congress--35.5
  • LIFE (New York, N. Y.)--38.4
  • Lindley, Frances, 1911-1987--1.3
  • Linsk, Joseph A.--13.5
  • The Listener--44.4
  • Lively, Penelope, 1933- --35.5
  • Lloyd-Jones, Hugh--13.5
  • Loewen, Jan van--7.3, 44.4
  • Lofthouse, Jougui--35.5
  • Loos, Anita, 1893-1981--1.3, 39.3
  • Lord, Eda--16.3, 38.3, 39.1-2, 39.4, 40.4, 40.6, 41.1-2, 41.5, 42.1, 42.5
  • Lord, Sterling--36.1
  • Loriol, Claire de--36.1
  • Lowenstein, Roger--42.2
  • Lowry, Dick--10.7
  • Lubbock, Alan--1.2
  • Lubbock, Roy--1.2
  • Lubbock, Yvonne--1.2, 1.6
  • Lutyens & Rubenstein--35.5
  • Lyle, David--18.4
  • Lyons, Islay, 1922- --36.1, 38.2, 38.5, 39.2, 40.1-2, 40.5, 41.3, 41.6, 42.3, 42.5, 43.1, 43.4, 50.4
  • M__, Sandra--36.1
  • MacCusbic, Morna--36.2
  • MacFarlane, S. Neil--37.6
  • Macmillan, Harold, 1894- --2.3, 44.4
  • Macpherson, Kenneth--38.2, 38.5, 39.2, 40.2
  • Mainart?, Ella--42.4
  • Maisel, Edward--1.3, 41.3
  • Manchesani, Nori--42.4
  • Mann, Erika, 1905-1969--39.5
  • Mann, Klaus, 1906-1949--36.3
  • Mansel, Philip--7.2
  • Markewich, Arthur--8.8
  • Marple, Lesley--36.2, 42.3
  • Marquis, Lucian--40.6
  • Marshall, Margaret--38.3, 39.3-4, 41.3
  • Martin, ?--36.2
  • Martin, Aliette--43.5
  • Martin, Felicity--37.6, 41.2-3, 41.5, 42.6, 43.1, 43.3
  • Marylebone Institute--41.3-4
  • Mathews, Elkin, 1851-1921--36.2
  • Matthews, Tom S.--10.7, 13.4-5, 36.1-2, 37.6, 38.2-4, 39.2-3, 40.4, 40.6, 41.2, 41.4, 42.4, 42.6, 43.1
  • Mauthner, Martin Ulrich--36.2
  • Maw, Ruby--36.2
  • Maxsel?, Philip--36.2
  • May, Gael Elton--13.5
  • Mayer, Elizabeth--39.5
  • MCA Inc.---43.6, 44.1-2
  • McCardie, Amanda--43.4
  • McCardie, H. A.--43.3
  • McLeod, Fred--44.4
  • McNeish, Helen--42.4
  • Meckier, Jerome--1.3
  • Meehl, Tootie--36.1
  • Mehra, Jagdish--41.3
  • Mendel, David--36.1
  • Menor, C. E.--1.3
  • Mensa--39.1
  • Menuhin, Diana--39.3
  • Meyer, A. G.--38.4
  • Meyer, Andy--40.6
  • Michalowska, Mira--41.5
  • Michelin Tire Corporation--39.3
  • Micossi, Anita--36.2
  • Miller, Lynn--36.2
  • Miller, Millie--42.4
  • Mimerel, Jacqueline--40.2, 41.5-6, 42.3-4
  • Mimerel, Pierre--17.4, 36.4, 42.4, 42.6, 43.1, 43.5
  • Mimerel, Simone--39.3, 42.4
  • Minozzo, Marie--39.3
  • Miro, Michelina--42.6
  • Mitchell, Julian, 1935- --42.1, 42.3
  • Mitford, Nancy, 1904-1973--10.7, 14.9, 39.1, 40.3, 44.2
  • Monsey, Derek--39.4
  • Montagu, Ashley, 1905- --1.3
  • Montagu, Elizabeth--38.3
  • Moorehead, Caroline--36.2
  • Moorman, M. A. (Mary A.)--1.2
  • Morgan-Evans, Catherine--13.5
  • Morris, Hilda--13.4, 43.5
  • Morrison, Sybil--1.2, 36.1, 41.2, 41.4-6, 42.4
  • Muenster, Clemens--44.5
  • Muir, Percy H. (Percy Horace), 1894-1979--41.5
  • Muir, Toni--38.2-4, 39.1-2, 40.3-4, 40.6, 42.1, 43.1
  • Muirhead-Allwood, Sarah--13.5-6, 36.2, 43.3
  • Murphy, Charles--8.8
  • Murphy, Dervla, 1931- --43.4
  • Murphy, Noel--38.4, 39.2, 40.3, 41.6, 42.2, 42.5
  • Murray, N. (Nicholas)--36.2
  • Murray, Natalia Danesi--10.7, 16.3, 41.5, 42.4-5
  • Murrell?, Elise--1.2, 41.2
  • Musmanno, Michael Angelo--8.8, 38.3-4
  • N__, Julia--13.4
  • Naef, Anita--40.6
  • Nairn, Andrew--13.5, 37.6
  • Napier, Alan, 1903- --1.3
  • National Library for the Blind (Great Britain)--16.3
  • Naylor, C. H.--13.5
  • Neffe, Polly de--1.3, 36.1
  • Neil, Charlie--38.3
  • Nesbitt, Gemma--36.5
  • Neuville, Sacha--36.1, 42.1
  • Neveux, Jeanne--1.5-6, 4.1, 36.1, 38.2, 38.5, 39.3-4, 41.2-3, 41.6, 42.3, 42.5-6, 52.1
  • Neveux, Noelle--38.3
  • New Opera Company--52.1
  • New York Graphic Society--44.1
  • Newland, Vanda--13.5
  • Nichols, Phyllis--1.2, 1.6
  • Nicholson, Virginia--36.5
  • Nicolson, Nigel--42.1
  • Nicolas?, Susanne--1.5, 13.5, 41.2-3
  • Nielsen, Maximiliane von Schoenebeck--10.7, 36.1, 36.6-7, 37.1-4, 41.6
  • Norman, Jill--36.5
  • Norstedts forlag--44.1
  • The Observer--44.4
  • O'Connor, Patrick--13.5
  • Odette Arnaud Agent Littéraire--43.6
  • O'Gallagher, Liam--1.3
  • Ollard, Richard Lawrence--1.2, 4.1, 13.5, 32.9, 36.1, 37.5, 39.3, 41.2, 41.5, 42.2, 42.4, 42.6, 43.1, 43.4, 44.1, 44.4-5
  • Olney, James--36.1, 41.6
  • Olney, Richard--13.4, 36.1, 37.5, 41.6, 42.4, 43.1, 43.4
  • Olsen, Stanley--37.5, 42.1, 42.3-5
  • O'Malley, Lesley--39.4
  • Orrmont, Arthur--1.3
  • Orwell, Sonia--39.3, 41.4
  • Osmond, Humphrey--1.3-4, 2.3, 40.6, 41.3, 42.4
  • Ouwerkerk, Louise--41.3
  • Owen, Katie--37.5
  • Palmer, J. M. (Mrs.)--38.3
  • Parsons, Ian--7.3, 42.3, 43.3, 44.5
  • Parsons, Richard--42.4
  • Partridge, Frances, 1900- --37.7, 42.3
  • Paschal, Dorothy--1.3
  • Paterson, Elizabeth--37.6, 42.6
  • Patterson, J. M. (Mrs.)--39.4
  • Peach, Barbara--37.7
  • Pearce, Lucy--43.5
  • Pearson, Alan--42.1
  • Pearson, John--41.3, 42.4
  • Pemberton, Jennifer--13.4, 42.6
  • PEN (Organization)--39.1, 42.6
  • Penguin (Firm)--44.1
  • Peterson, Elizabeth--38.4
  • Peterson, Virginia--39.4
  • Peterson, William S.--1.3
  • Peto, Rosie--13.5, 41.5, 43.3, 43.5
  • Petrie, Maria--1.3
  • Petrie, William Joseph, 1951-1995--41.2
  • Pfeiffer, Virginia--38.2
  • Phelps, Gilbert--43.5
  • Phillip, George--1.3
  • Plimpton, George--37.7
  • Poivre d'Arvor, Olivier--37.7
  • Poniatowska, Frances--42.6
  • Population Countdown--42.1
  • Powell, L. C.--1.3
  • Preston, John--38.4
  • Prior, Pamela--52.1
  • Puckle, Donne Erving--1.3
  • Pullein-Thompson, Josephine--5.3, 37.7, 38.3, 43.2
  • Quest, Rodney--44.5
  • Quigly, Isobel--37.7, 43.3
  • R__, Cyrus--39.4
  • Rabeneek, Andrew--43.3
  • Radio Times (London)--44.4
  • Raine, Kathleen, 1908- --43.3
  • Rajagopal, Rosalind--1.5, 2.3
  • Raven, Laura--37.6
  • Raven, Susan--42.3
  • Raven, Sylvia--39.4
  • Rattray-Taylor, Olga--36.1, 41.2, 42.3-4, 42.6
  • Rawlings, Margaret, 1908- --42.6
  • Raymond, Harold--1.2, 41.2
  • Record Supervision, Ltd.--44.4
  • Reeve, James--37.7
  • Reeve, Laura--36.1, 38.3, 39.2, 41.2-3, 42.5, 43.2
  • Reform Club (London, England)--37.7
  • Rendall, Ann--41.3
  • La Revue de Paris--44.1
  • Reynier, Mark--43.5
  • Rhine, J. B. (Joseph Banks), 1895-1980--2.1
  • Richards, Donald--42.6
  • Rivers, Francis--8.8
  • Roberts, Adam--37.7
  • Roberts, Laird, 1952- --41.3
  • Robertson, Christine, 1949- --1.2
  • Robinson, Jancis--37.7, 43.5
  • Robson-Scott, Elaine--10.7, 37.7, 38.4, 39.1, 39.5, 41.5, 42.5, 43.5
  • Rooney, Caroline--43.2
  • Rose, Kenneth--37.7
  • Rose, Mason--1.3
  • Roseman, Herbert C.--1.3
  • Rosen, Arnold, 1932- --43.3
  • Rosenthal, T. G. (Mrs.)--42.1, 42.3-4
  • Rosner, Joseph, 1922- --2.3
  • Rostow, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1913- --8.8
  • The Royal Seed Establishment--38.2
  • Royal Society of Literature (Great Britain)--37.7, 43.3, 43.5
  • Rubens, Sascha--43.5
  • Rubinstein, Felicity--43.3
  • Rubinstein, Nash & Company--44.1
  • Rudland, Patricia--37.7
  • Russell, Baron--42.6
  • Russell, Mary A.--36.1
  • Ryde, Katie--39.3
  • S__, Marcelle--10.7, 39.2, 44.1
  • S__, Pamela--39.3
  • Sachs, Richard C., 1945- --42.4, 43.5
  • Sackville-West, Edward, Hon., 1901-1965--1.4
  • Saijo, Hisayo--1.3
  • Salter, Elizabeth--39.4, 40.6, 42.4
  • Sarton Fund--37.7
  • Sarton, May, 1912- --36.1, 40.3, 41.3, 42.1, 42.4
  • Sarton, Ray--38.1, 39.1
  • Sassoon, Sybil, 1894-1989--39.4
  • Saturday Evening Post--44.1
  • Schenkar, Joan--37.7
  • Schmied, Irene A.--43.3
  • Schmitz, Siegfried--40.2, 44.5
  • Schoenebeck, Carl-August von--39.4
  • Schuler, ?--41.3
  • Schute, P. M.--37.6
  • Schwartz, J.--1.2
  • Scott, James--37.7
  • Scott, Nicholas--37.7, 42.1, 43.1-2, 43.5
  • Sebba, Anne M.--37.7, 43.2-3
  • Secker & Warburg--44.1
  • Seitlin, Charlotte--14.10
  • Setton, David--15.3
  • Sexton, David--37.7
  • Seymour, Faith Culme--36.1, 39.3-4, 40.6, 41.2-6, 42.3, 43.2
  • Seymour, Suzanne--42.6
  • Seymour-Jones, Carole--37.7
  • Shakespeare, Nicholas--15.3, 37.7
  • Sharp, Marjorie Z.--42.1
  • Shelton, Hallyburton--10.7
  • Shephard, Rupert--13.5
  • Sherman, Susan--37.7
  • Shine, Diana--37.6-7, 41.4, 42.6, 43.5
  • Shone, Richard--1.2
  • Short, Edward--41.4
  • Silverberg, Joan--1.3
  • Simmonds, Louis--42.1
  • Simon & Schuster, Inc.--14.10, 43.6, 44.1-2
  • Simon, Norah--42.4
  • Sinclair-Stevenson, Christopher--13.5, 43.2
  • Sissup, Pat--42.4
  • Sitwell, Sacheverell, 1897- --37.7
  • Skiff, Robert--39.3
  • Sloss, Ralla?--1.5
  • Smallwood, Norah--36.1, 37.6, 41.3, 42.1, 42.3-4, 42.6, 44.4-5
  • Smith, Drew--43.2
  • Smith, Grover Cleveland, 1923- --1.5, 36.1, 39.3
  • Smith, Huston--1.3
  • Smith, James B.--1.3
  • Smith, Laura Gethen--43.3, 43.5
  • Smith, William J.--41.5
  • Snow, C. P. (Charles Percy), 1905- --37.7, 39.4, 40.6, 41.3
  • Snowdon, Antony Armstrong-Jones, Earl of, 1930- --43.1, 43.4
  • Soal, S. G. (Samuel George)--38.3
  • Society of Authors (Great Britain)--42.6
  • Society of the Friends of Lizzie Borden--39.2
  • Solano, Solita--10.7, 14.9, 38.4, 39.1, 40.2-4, 40.6
  • Solmssen, Arthur R. G.--42.6
  • The Spectator--44.1
  • Spencer, Jan?--13.5
  • Spender, Stephen, 1909- --13.5, 38.2-3, 43.4
  • Sprigge?, Elizabeth--38.3
  • Spurling, Hilary--36.1, 39.3, 40.2, 40.6, 41.5, 42.3, 42.5
  • Staley, Thomas F.--37.7, 43.5
  • Stallybrass, Oliver--14.9
  • Stark, F.--42.4
  • Steen Hasselbalch (Firm)--43.6, 44.1, 44.5
  • Stern, James--32.9, 36.1, 37.6, 38.5, 39.1, 39.3, 40.2-3, 40.5, 41.1-4, 41.6, 42.3, 42.5, 43.1, 43.4
  • Stern, Tania--32.9, 38.2, 39.3, 40.4-5, 41.3-4, 41.6, 42.3, 42.5, 43.1, 43.4
  • Sternberg, Cecilia--37.6, 42.3
  • Stockwood, Jane--37.7
  • Stöber, ?--1.3
  • Stohner, Berthold A. von--43.5
  • Street, Lucie--42.6
  • Streitfeld, David--13.5, 14.1
  • Strutt, Guy--42.6
  • Süsskind, Teresa--42.1
  • Sunday Telegraph (London, England)--44.1
  • Sunday Times (London, England)--44.4
  • Surtees, John--37.7
  • Sussman, Toni--38.3
  • Svanstrom, Ragnar, 1904- --39.1, 44.5
  • Swami Vidyatmananda--41.3
  • The Swan Hotel--37.7
  • Swedlin, Rosalie--42.1
  • Tang, Hanne--38.1
  • Tanner, J. M.--1.2, 1.4
  • Tatler and Bystander--44.1
  • Taube, Idoree?--38.1
  • Taylor, Betty--42.5
  • Taylor, Gordon Rattray--40.6, 42.4-5
  • Thames, Edna--39.3
  • Thames Television, Ltd.--44.4
  • Thomas, Hugh--43.5
  • Thompson, Ralph--14.10
  • Thomse, Lesley Beauclerk--14.9
  • Thorpe, Jeremy--42.4
  • Tickell, Bill--42.3
  • Tickell, Chloé--42.3
  • Tiller, Hana--38.1
  • The Times (London)--43.5
  • Tisdale, Reneé--1.2, 2.3, 41.3
  • Tomlinson, David--38.1
  • Trainin, F. B. (Boris)--41.3
  • Treasury Solicitor's Office (London)--44.1
  • Trevis, Di--38.1
  • Trevor, Jonquil--39.3
  • Trevor-Roper, Patrick Dacre, 1916- --2.2
  • Trotter, Philip--1.2
  • Tugend, Irene--40.3, 40.6, 41.2, 42.1
  • Tulleken, Catherine van--38.1, 43.3
  • Tulleken, Tony van--38.1
  • Turner, Howard--13.5, 38.1
  • Turner, Jane--2.2, 4.1
  • Vaillaus, Annette--38.2-3
  • Vallet, Peter--38.1, 42.6
  • Vandyke Price, Pamela Joan, 1923- --43.5
  • Vanoss, Oliver--1.2
  • Vansittart, Peter--42.4
  • Vardy, Pamela--39.3
  • Vere White, Terence de--13.5
  • Vestergaard, Jørgen--13.4, 43.5
  • Vianney, Gina--42.6
  • Vickers, Hugo--43.4
  • Victor Gollancz, Ltd.--43.6, 44.2
  • Vincent, Gilly--38.1
  • Vinogradoff, Julian--41.3
  • Vogue--44.1
  • Vreeland, Betty--40.6
  • W__, Roderick--38.1, 38.4, 39.2, 40.4, 43.5
  • Wade, James O'Shea--32.9, 44.4
  • Wadsworth, P. Beaumont--41.3
  • Waldron?, Frank--42.4
  • Walker, Sidney C.--1.2
  • Wall, Patrick D.--1.2
  • Wallsten, Robert--38.1
  • Warburg, Fredric J.--38.4
  • Ward, Georgian--42.1
  • Ware, Mary--43.2
  • Warnke, Janice--36.1, 38.1, 38.5, 39.2, 40.2, 40.5, 41.2, 42.3, 42.5, 43.1, 43.5
  • Washbrook, Edith--41.3
  • Watson, Collin J.--42.6
  • Watt, Donald--41.3
  • Watts, Janet Hawkins--41.3, 43.2
  • Waugh, Auberon--43.5
  • Waugh, Evelyn, 1903-1966--14.9
  • Waugh, Teresa--43.2
  • Webster, Harvey Curtis--39.1
  • Wechsler, Jenny--38.3
  • Wechsler, Philip D.--16.3
  • Weinberg, Eirline?--41.3
  • Weinberg, Goodwin G.--1.3
  • Weinfeld, Edward, 1901-1988--8.8
  • Welford, Dorothy--32.9, 41.5, 42.3-4, 43.2, 43.5
  • Wendel, Beth--2.1, 13.5, 36.1, 37.6, 39.3-5, 39.1, 40.5, 41.1, 41.3-4, 41.6, 42.3-5, 43.1, 43.4-5
  • West, Rebecca, Dame, 1892- --38.1, 39.3, 41.5, 42.1
  • Wharton, James A., 1927- --41.3
  • Wheatleigh, Leslie--39.4
  • Wheatley, Patricia--43.3
  • Wheeler, David--38.1
  • Which?, Ltd.--39.3
  • Whitcombe, Dorothy--1.2
  • White, Claire Nicolas, 1925- --1.5-6, 38.3, 43.5
  • White, Eleanor--38.3
  • Whitehead, Bill--43.2
  • Whitley, Jeane R.--38.1
  • Wickes, George--1.3
  • Wilkinson, Harry--1.2
  • William Collins Sons and Co.--43.6, 44.4
  • Williams, Grover--1.3
  • Williams, Helen--39.3
  • Williams, Howard--10.7
  • Williams, Lora--13.4
  • Williams, Max--39.3
  • Wilson, John G. (John Gray), 1915-1968--8.8
  • Wilson, Paul--43.5
  • Wineapple, Brenda--38.1, 43.1, 43.4
  • Winkler-Verlag München--44.5
  • Winward Productions, Inc.--43.6, 44.5
  • Wisdom, Isabelle--1.3
  • Wolff, Charlotte, 1897- --10.7, 38.3-4, 39.1, 39.5, 40.5, 43.1
  • Wood, Jane--43.3
  • Woodall, Pat--42.1
  • Woodcock, Patrick--36.1, 37.6, 40.6, 42.4, 42.6, 43.5
  • Worthington, Marjorie--41.3
  • Wright, Lee--14.10, 38.3
  • Wrigley, Raul--39.4
  • Writers for Europe--42.1
  • Wyndham, Olivia--1.6, 39.4
  • Xan, ?--42.4
  • Yapp, Jason--38.1
  • Young, Michael T.--13.5, 41.3, 41.5
  • Z__, Olympia--38.1, 43.1, 43.5
  • Zander, Paul-René--38.1
  • Zeitlin, Jake, 1902- --1.3
  • Zoernsch, J. C.--39.1-2
  • Zohn, Patricia--38.1
  • Unidentified:
    • Alice--38.5, 42.1
    • Annie--17.4, 36.1, 41.3, 42.3, 39.2-3
    • Claire--13.5
    • Diana--37.6, 41.1, 41.4, 42.6, 43.2
    • Esther--14.9, 16.3, 38.3-4
    • Frank--13.5, 42.6, 43.5
    • Hal--16.3
    • Jimmy--13.5, 38.2, 38.5
    • Nina--13.5, 38.3-4, 44.1
    • Shirley--43.2-3, 43.5
    • Simon--43.2
    • Sylvia--1.5
    • Ulrich--10.7
    • Vera--42.1

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